ArmA 3 Is Now Available, Gets A Launch Trailer

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Bohemia Interactive announced today that its first person military sim, ArmA 3, is available on retail stores. In addition, the company released a new launch trailer that introduces players to the authentic, diverse and open combat in Arma 3’s massive military sandbox.

Customers will have the opportunity to purchase the Day One Limited Deluxe Edition that offers the digital maps of Altis and Stratis, the digital soundtrack, a digital tactical guide and ArmA: Cold War Assault. The box also contains physical content like special ArmA III key card with imprinted key, a printed map of Altis, a printed overview of the game controls and a printed manual.

Set on the Mediterranean islands of Altis (270 km²) and Stratis (20 km²), Arma 3 features 12 single player showcases, 3 factions showcases, 9 multi player scenarios, 10 firing drill challenges, more than 20 vehicles and 40 weapons, 5 factions, the scenario editor and modding support. The post-launch campaign will be made available via 3 free DLC episodes after release.

Joris-Jan van ‘t Land, Project Lead on ArmA III said:

“We’re incredibly proud of the release of ArmA III. We experienced some significant setbacks in the past years, but the fantastic public us going. Together we’ve made a game that truly meets its potential – while establishing a platform to build upon and grow even further. Our long-term commitment to ArmA III, in combination with the creative modding community and Steam Workshop, means this is just the kick off. We thank everyone for their splendid support and welcome you all to join our journey ahead.”


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